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of Guelph, Canada) considers how ideologies have shaped the construction of knowledge for development, particularly how neo-liberalism and worldviews of neoclassical theory and rational choice have affected what is relevant and important to the study of development.
We help improve people's lives in developing countries by building partnerships and information systems that provide access to knowledge for development.
From the World Bank Institute's Knowledge for Development (K4D) program (launched in 1999), this volume presents analytical work and research on the knowledge economy in client countries.